Capsule hotels are a concept unique to Japan that began catching on back in the 1970s.
The capsules were made of modular materials like plastic or fiberglass and stood in as “tiny hotel rooms” for those who couldn’t afford to book a traditional hotel. In other words, capsule hotels were invented as a budget travel option.
But this Tokyo capsule hotel is changing all that.
Renovated by Schemata Architects, the team was tasked with giving this old hotel a modern face-lift. Everything has been re-styled except the capsules, giving the hotel a modern yet retro feel.
Book Luxury By The Hour In This Retro Tokyo Capsule Hotel And Sauna
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